As the future of work and work organizations continues to evolve, our understanding of people, processes, and systems must also evolve.
Faculty research at the URI College of Business not only keeps up with the pace of change in the workplace, but also actively shapes organizational behavior and employment relations policies and practices.
Our faculty advance knowledge about people, work, and organizational issues from a broad range of intellectual traditions and disciplinary backgrounds, including psychology, strategy, organizational behavior, sustainability, industrial relations, human resources, education, and management.
Scholarship published by URI College of Business faculty have appeared in many top peer-reviewed journals including the Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organizational Research Methods, British Journal of Industrial Relations, and Organization Studies, Industrial and Labor Relations Review, among many others.
Featured Faculty Researchers
- Ying Chen, Assistant Professor of Management - Featured Research
Social exchange spillover in leader–member relations: A multilevel model
Beyond leader–member exchange (LMX) differentiation: An indigenous approach to leader–member relationship differentiation
- Douglas Creed, Professor of Management - Featured Research
Inhabited Ecosystems: Propelling Transformative Social Change Between and Through Organizations
From Cruise Director to Rabbi: Authoring the Agentic Self through Conventions of Narrative Necessity
- Emilija Djurdjevic, Associate Professor of Management - Featured Research
Workplace status: The development and validation of a scale
- Douglas Hales, Professor of Supply Chain Management - Featured Research
Sustainability of Process Improvements: An Application of the Experiential Learning Model (ELM)
Creating High Reliability Organizations Using Mindfulness
- Chinsook (Chris) Lee, Assistant Professor of Finance - Featured Research
Antitakeover Statutes and Internal Corporate Governance
Corporate Governance and the Informational Efficiency of Prices
- Bing-Xuan Lin, Professor of Finance - Featured Research
The role of institutional investors in post-earnings announcement drift
Chairperson collectivism and the compensation gap between managers and employees
- Sean Rogers, Associate Professor of HR and Labor Relations - Featured Research
Can organizations help adjust?: The effect of perceived organizational climate on immigrants' acculturation and consequent effect on perceived fit
Why do workers with disabilities earn less? Occupational job requirements and disability discrimination
- Xiaowei Xu, Assistant Professor of Finance - Featured Research
When is Human Capital a True Resource? The Performance Effects of an Ivy League Education among Celebrated CEOs